Carmel Forest Spa Resort,
Isrotel Exclusive

In a world filled with stress, tension, and an endless race against time, it is vital to escape every so often to truly relax and give yourself over to be pampered with an endless variety of spa treatments.

The resort sits at the heart of the green vista of the Carmel Forest nature reserve. It’s a piece of paradise in paradise, offering one of the best spas in the north if not in Israel in general, in addition to the highest standards of exclusive, luxurious hospitality. In addition to their spa treatments, hotel and spa guests enjoy a range of health and wellness workshops conducted by leading experts.

Architect: Buki Zuker, Project Manager: Nitzan Inbar

Isrotel Exclusive: The chain’s exclusive hotels are of the highest standard and guarantee an excellent hospitality experience. The black line of Isrotel. Each exclusive hotel is characterized by its unique symbol and color. A guest at the hotel will meet the unique items of each hotel alongside items of the exclusive black line.

Bronze signage was used combing branches of Oren wood which are characteristic of the surrounding area. The branding follws the Exclusive Hotels brand line so that the hotel is painted the color of the wood, and the textures are comprised of unique elements which can be found in the Carmel Forest (like Oren wood and pinecones)- symbolizing the relationship between forest, spa and a secluded place.

Carmel Forest cookbook: The book displays the bestselling culinary recipes of the Carmel Forest Chef Amir Halfon. The book is filled with photos of the ambiance of the restaurant and estate with its unique styling.

Writing Editing and Production: Ester Shalev, Assistant Producer: Orit Baliti, Photography: Oded Marom; Styling: Dalit Russo.

Carmel Forest Spa Guide: A complete guide of the various spa treatments given at the estate in an iPad format, is a central part of the spa experience.

Art: The branding of the exhibition by the curator Sharon Tuval which took place on the estate grounds. The branding included a style guide for the different displays, signage of the works, and invitations for the various exhibitions.